#1
I know i'm stupid for going to the pit but there was no where else to go for this and I'm desperate.

I'm in a band but we need a PA system for our vocalist.

We found this cab: http://www.long-mcquade.com/products/368/

And this mixer: http://www.long-mcquade.com/products/6572/

We have no idea if they are compatible or if we need any other equipment (besides mics) and none of us are very good techies. If they aren't any good recommend us some gear.

Thanks pit!
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#2
how about an amp to drive the speaker?

You really don't want to buy gear just because it's cheap. There is no way to shape your tone using the gear that you have outlined. Drop the extra coin and get a decent mixer (Mackie, Yamaha), a reliable amp (QSC, Crown), and speakers that are bigger than 10".

You'll be glad that you did
Last edited by Vikingx at Sep 21, 2009,
#9
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well you could buy that small mixer you looked at as well as the poweramp but you are better to get a poweramp with inbuilt mixer


i should have used the word 'powered mixer'

Awe crap sorry I looked at the ad and for some reason read built in mixer but thanks for the help
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#10
How many watts on a powered mixer is good for metal?
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#11
umm genre really makes no difference in PA systems. and it depends on the size of the venue you will be playing.